•  9-12th Grade Curriculum
    World Languages
    Course Title: Health and Physical Education 9th Grade   Department: Health & Physical Education
    Grade Level: 9
    Time Per Day/Week: 42 minutes per day (5 days per week)   Length of Course: Year
    Primary Resources: Comprehensive Health; Sanderson, Zelman 
    Units of Study:
    Physical Education Units of Study:
    Uni 1: Tennis 
    Unit 2: Flag Football 
    Unit 3: Swimming & Diving 
    Unit 4: Water Polo 
    Unit 5: Personal Fitness 
    Unit 6: High-Intensity Interval Training 
    Unit 7: Dance 
    Unit 8: Volleyball
    Unit 9: Archery 
    Unit 10: Soccer 
    Unit 11: Pickleball
    Unit 12: Basketball
    Unit 13: Ultimate Frisbee
    Unit 14: Softball
    Unit 15: Large group games 
    Unt 16: Golf
    Health Units of Study:
    Unit 1: Health Triangle (Mental, Physical and Social Health)
    Unit 2: Nutrition 
    Unit 3: Mental and Emotional Health 
    Unit 4: Substance Abuse
    Unit 5: First Aid 
    Unit 6: Sleep 
    Unit 7: Human Sexuality 
    Unit 8: Tobacco 
    Unit 9: Relationships  
    Curriculum-Based Assessments: Pre/Post Test
    Standardized Assessments: Fitness Testing (Presidential Challenge and FitnessGram)
    Description of Course: 
    Grade 9 Health and Physical Education are aligned to Pennsylvania Academic Standards, National Health Standards, and National Physical Education StandardsThe goal of Health Education is to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to lead healthy lifestyles. A skills-based approach is a best practice for delivering high-quality health education. Health literacy is an important measure of the effectiveness of health education and is critical to ensuring that students have the ability to be healthy throughout their lives. Health-literate people are able to address their own health needs along with the needs of others. They are able to obtain and apply knowledge and skills to enhance their own health and the health of others — both now and in the future, as their needs change throughout their lives. Physical literacy is the ability to move with competence and confidence in a wide variety of physical activities in multiple environments that benefit the healthy development of the whole person. Physical Education develops the physically literate individual through deliberate practice of well-designed learning tasks that allow for skill acquisition in an instructional climate focused on mastery. During physical education class, students practice the knowledge and skills they have learned through physical activity and bodily movement resulting in energy expenditure.

    Course Title: Applied Health & PE   Department: Health and Physical EducationWorld Languages

    Grade Level: 9-12   
    Time Per Day/Week: 42 min/everyday     Length of Course: Year

    Primary Resources: PDE Academic Standards for Health, Safety, and Physical Education; Adapted Physical Education Resource Manual; Grade-Level Outcomes for K-12 Physical Education; www.shapeamerica.org/.../Grade-Level-Outcomes-for-K-12-Physical- Education.pdf.
    Units of Study: 
    Unit 1: Fitness
    Unit 2: Track & Field
    Unit 3: Ultimate Football 
    Unit 4: Soccer
    Unit 5: Basketball
    Unit 6: Pickleball
    Unit 7: Floor Hockey
    Unit 8: Strength & Cardiovascular Conditioning 
    Unit 9: Volleyball
    Unit 10: Cooperative Strategic Games
    Unit 11: Bowling
    Unit 12: Dance
    Unit 13: Ultimate Frisbee
    Unit 14: Swimming

    Curriculum-Based Assessments: APE Assessment Checklist, Goal Setting

    Standardized Assessments: N/A

    Description of Course:  
    Adapted physical education is physical education that has been modified so it is appropriate for students with disabilities. The goal is of this course is for students to participate in activities where all students can learn and be successful. Quality adapted physical education involves the physical educator differentiating instruction to meet the needs, interests, and abilities of each individual student. That differentiation might involve the teacher adapting/ modifying the content, process, environment, and/or student assessment. Students will follow the current Physical Education 9 curriculum while modifying equipment, rules, prompts, cues, boundaries, playing fields, actions, or time. This course is aligned with the PA Academic Health, Safety and Physical Education Standards and focuses on core strands including Fitness, Individual-Performance, Games & Sports, Outdoor & Lifetime, and Dance & Rhythm.

    World Languages Course Title: Personal Fitness and Lifetime Activities (PFLA)   Department: Health and Physical Education

    Grade Level: 10-12   
    Time Per Day/Week: 42 minutes/every other day  Length of Course: Year
    Primary Resources: Varies 
    Units of Study: 
    Unit 1: Individual/Lifetime Sports (Golf, Racquet Sports)
    Unit 2: Personal Fitness (Strength Training, HIIT, Yoga) 
    Unit 3: Team Sports (Volleyball, Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee)
    Unit 4: Aquatics (Snorkeling, Water Polo)
    Unit 5: Leisure/Recreational Activites (Disc Golf, Spikeball, Table Tennis)
    Curriculum-Based Assessments: Fitness Evaluation & Goal Setting, Unit Concepts/Skills Tests
    Standardized Assessments: 12-minute run, Modified Pull-up test

    Description of Course: 
    The focus of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to develop skills and an understanding of personal fitness and lifetime activities. A wide variety of individual, team, and group activities will ensure both non-competitive and competitive experiences. Students will be able to demonstrate competency, refine skills, and analyze performances in a range of activities. Students will also create, implement, monitor, self-assess, and modify a personal health and fitness plan.